Kaneland—Tuesday’s playoff opener got rid of the bad taste of last year’s crushing opening defeat pretty well.
Members of the U11 and U14 girls travel teams from the Kaneland United Soccer Club (KUSC) spent the Columbus Day holiday with the Waubonsee Community College women’s soccer team and watched as the Chiefs defeated Morton CC 2-0.
Bloomington, Ill.—In conjunction with the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) and the IHSA’s production partner, PlayOn! Sports, Comcast SportNet Chicago, announced it will once again be the home for postseason high school football in Illinois in 2012.
Kaneland gets best of Sycamore in a rush in Homecoming game
KANELAND—There’s beauty in simplicity.
Schrepferman, Emmanouil, Jurcenko set school record
Kaneland—St. Charles East High School was the site of Saturday’s IHSA Tennis Sectional, and also the site of some happy Lady Knight athletes.
KANELAND—Nothing like a tight and close match to show what you’re made of.
It looks as if Kaneland High School soccer is made of pretty strong material.
Rain clips State tourney, but KHS fights hard in first trip since ’95
KANELAND—It’ll be a trip to remember for Kaneland High School golf.
L-P site of admirable totals for NIB-12 meet
Kaneland—Running conditions at Baker Lake Park in Peru, Ill., were interesting, to say the least.
Carter leads Knights in crowded field
Kaneland—”Rain, rain, go away” is the usual saying.
The Knights just had to go forward in unusual weather.
Kaneland—What was automatic for Sycamore in the past is anything but in the present.
ELBURN—This Saturday, Kaneland High School will host the Class AA IHSA Regional Championship at Elburn Woods.
Knights take hunt to Foxes in 55-0 win
YORKVILLE—Foxes football must have felt like it was in a valley of the same name after the final buzzer sounded on Friday.
Strong Sectional effort punches Knight golf’s State ticket
KANELAND—Kaneland golf will be taking swings at Weibring Golf Club at Illinois State University in Normal, Ill., on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 12-13.
No. 1 doubles outplays field; Lady Knights finish 2nd to Sycamore
Kaneland—If Lady Knights tennis keeps this current level of play up, they’ll be seeing good things come their way in the homestretch of 2012.
KANELAND—It was a truncated lineup that took to the course at Sterling.
It was a way to improve and get even more battle tested en route to conference and beyond for those that participated.
Lady Knights stifle Morris, take down DeKalb
KANELAND—KHS volleyball earned another conference win against a rival, then faced neighbors even further west before accomplishing a first-ever task against DeKalb in a busy week.
Cutsinger, Kuipers emerge from pack for boys XC
KANELAND—If it’s early October, you’ll know where to find Kaneland boys cross country.
Knights win rematch over Yorkville; add wins over Plainfield East, Rochelle
KANELAND—Just shoot the ball, because who knows what it’ll bring.
St Charles—Crafters are welcome to apply for a spot at the Susan G. Komen “Pretty in Pink” Softball Tournaments to be held on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 20-21.
Maple Park—Kaneland High School student-athlete Nathan Dyer was selected by “Down Under Sports” to represent the state of Illinois and compete in a track-and-field competition next June in Australia.